House/Merit point tracker

House/Merit point tracker

Tracker spreadsheet that can be used to track house or merit points in a very simplified way. Easy to add multiple house points with a copy and paste that is not time consuming. This is fully editable to suit your setting and comes with instructions on the intro tab. Key parts of the spreadsheet include: - Individual class tabs Class totals House sports, house music and sports day tabs House totals tab gives a running total.
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GCSE Python - Revision booklet

GCSE Python - Revision booklet

A set of revision 9 sheets summarising the key aspects of Python. Helps to prepare students for the NEA and could be added to your resource bank. Python Basics IF statements Arithmetic operations String handling operations FOR loops WHILE loops Random Lists Arrays (1 dimensional)
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Python revision - Lists

Python revision - Lists

Handy revision guide summarises lists with example screenshots. Comes with 7 python files that have problems. These contain instructions as to what the problem is and the answers are included separately. Could be used as a GCSE revision resource or as part of a bank of resources for the NEA. Areas cover include: - Creating lists Index and length Slicing Append/Insert Remove/Pop Sort Count Using lists with 'if' and 'for'
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Python revision - One dimensional arrays

Python revision - One dimensional arrays

Handy revision guide summarises one-dimensional arrays with example screenshots. Comes with 8 python files that have problems. These contain instructions as to what the problem is and the answers are included separately. Could be used as a GCSE revision resource or as part of a bank of resources for the NEA. Areas cover include: - Creating arrays('i', 'l','f') Index Append/Insert Remove/Pop Sort/Reverse Count Extend
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Python revision - Arithmetic operations

Python revision - Arithmetic operations

Handy 1-page revision guide, summarising arithmetic operations. Covers – basic maths, division (real, whole and modular, maths functions, using the math library. Includes 5 python program files that need fixing. Each program comes with instructions in the comments and there are separate files with the answers. Could also be used as part of NEA resource bank.
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Python Revision Bundle (9 pack)

Python Revision Bundle (9 pack)

Each resource contains a handy revision summary that could be printed for students are used as part of a NEA resource bank. There are also a number of python files with problems that need fixing. Each file contains instructions about the problem. Here is a summary of the topics within this bundle. Basic Python: - Input Output Variables Mathematical operators Comments Arithmetic operations: - basic maths, division (real, whole and modular, maths functions, using the math library. String handling: - Length and position Substring (Slicing) Concatenation Converting to and from character codes (ASCII) String conversion operations (e.g. string to integer, string to real...) IF statements and 'Nested' IF: - ‘if’, ‘elif’, ‘else’, relational operators and indentation. FOR Loops: - the basics and is extended to include more complex code using IF statements with the FOR loop. While Loops: - Includes the basics and extended to cover more complex use of if statements within the while loop. Random numbers: - random.int random.choice random.random random.uniform Using random with IF statements and loops. Lists: - Creating lists, Index and length, Slicing, Append/Insert, Remove/Pop, Sort, Using lists with 'if' and 'for'. Arrays (one-dimensional): - Creating arrays ('i', 'l','f'), Index, Append/Insert, Remove/Pop, Sort/Reverse, Count, Extend
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Python revision - While Loops

Python revision - While Loops

A handy revision guide summarises 'While Loops' and includes the use of 'if', 'elif' and 'else' statements within while loops. Also included are 5 python program files that need fixing. Each program comes with instructions and there are answers. Could be used as part of an NEA resource bank.
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Python revision - Random numbers

Python revision - Random numbers

A handy revision guide summarises 'Random numbers' and includes the use of the random module in different contexts. Covers: - random.int random.choice random.random random.uniform Using random with IF statements and loops. Also included are 6 python program files that need fixing. Each program comes with instructions and there are separate answer files. Could be used as part of an NEA resource bank.
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Computing revision - Computer Networking

Computing revision - Computer Networking

Handy revision sheet that summarises key information relating to Computer Networks on 1 page. Also includes a short test with answers. Covers: - Network definition Topologies Benefits and disadvantages of networks Key definitions (LAN/WAN/PAN/WLAN) Hardware Transmission media Wired vs Wireless network Network security DOES NOT cover TCP/IP protocols
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Python revision - String handling

Python revision - String handling

Handy revision guide summarises string handling with example screenshots. Comes with 11 python files that have problems. These contain instructions as to what the problem is and the answers are included separately. Could be used as a GCSE revision resource or as part of a bank of resources for the NEA. Areas cover include: - Length and position Substring (Slicing) Concatenation Converting to and from character codes (ASCII) String conversion operations (e.g. string to integer, string to real...)
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Computing exams - Year 7 to 9

Computing exams - Year 7 to 9

Exams with mark schemes designed to help busy teachers prepare for end of year internal exams. All documents can be adapted. Mark scheme shown in comments. Link to Google Docs version also given. The Year 9 paper is designed with the AQA GCSE CS specification and could be adapted for use with Year 10.
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Python revision - The basics

Python revision - The basics

A handy revision guide summarises some of the basics of Python. Also included are 5 python program files that need fixing. Each program comes with instructions. Could be used as a GCSE revision resource or as part of a bank of resources for the NEA. Areas covered include: - Input Output Variables Mathematical operators Comments
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Python revision - For Loops

Python revision - For Loops

A summary of information about loops including a break down of the code with examples. Information starts with the basics and is extended to include more complex code using IF statements with the FOR loop. There are 6 python programs that need fixing. Instructions are in the comments and answers are included in a separate file. This could be used as a handy GCSE revision guide or somewhere for pupils to look during NEA.
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KS3 Computing: Revision booklet

KS3 Computing: Revision booklet

Selection of handy revision sheets that summarise key areas of learning for the key stage 3 curriculum. Topics included: - Programming with Python for beginners Programming with Scratch Computer Systems Networks Spreadsheets Links are given to original Google drawings version of the summary sheets. This will allow you to make your own copy and edit if you wish:)
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Assembly: Eddie the Eagle - Winning and Losing

Assembly: Eddie the Eagle - Winning and Losing

What is a winner? This assembly looks at the characteristics of a winner and questions our judgement about what makes a winner? Speaker notes are included in this teacher led assembly. The story of Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards is told and we question whether he was a 'loser'? Useful before sports day or prior to an Olympic Games.
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Assembly Bundle - Inspiration

Assembly Bundle - Inspiration

Sports Day/Olympics - Winning and Losing (Eddie the Eagle) British Explorers (A story of courage, self-belief and tenacity) Human curiosity - Exploring space
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GCSE Computing Theory: Revision booklet

GCSE Computing Theory: Revision booklet

Selection of handy revision sheets that summarise the main aspects of the GCSE curriculum. The focus is on the AQA 8520 (9 - 1) specification but this could be easily applied to other specifications. Topics included: - Data representation (Number bases) - AQA 3.3.1, 3.3.2, 3.3.3 Data representation (Images) - AQA 3.3.6 Data representation (sound) - AQA 3.3.7 Fundamentals of computer networks - AQA 3.5 Cyber Security - AQA 3.6 Boolean Logic - AQA 3.4.2
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Blogging and Digital Literacy - scheme of work

Blogging and Digital Literacy - scheme of work

This is a unit of work aimed at KS2 children. This is delivered each year to Year 5 pupils but can be adapted for older or younger children. kidblog.org is recommended but other blogging websites are available. Aims: - Become familiar with blogs as a medium, including an understanding of the particular features of this as a genre of writing Communicate safely - includes developing ideas to interact effectively using the comments feature as well as discussing the dos and don'ts of personal information online. Create a sequence of blog posts on a particular theme or topic with the help of video tutorials (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP428f69lLpaIqY7RhpPA1XNQgWBk1HOW) Use blogging as a way to write creatively Develop a critical, reflective view of a range of media, including text Ethical and legal responsibilities of being online Pupils are able to screenshot, paste, crop and resize in order to collate evidence NEW - revision on a page sheet (Jan 2017)
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Assembly - Jobs of the future - What do you want to be when you grow up?

Assembly - Jobs of the future - What do you want to be when you grow up?

Aimed at upper KS2 and secondary school children. This assembly explores the following themes: - Explore the changing world of employment What did it used to be like? What are the typical jobs our ancestors did? What are the current trends? What is changing? - patterns, technology, employment rights, conditions What will the jobs be in the future? Ending - what do the children need to do to equip themselves for a changing job market? 2 or 3 slides will need to be adapted as they are personal to my own history but this could be a fun thing for you to do:) Includes presentation notes NB - For the best formatted version of this presentation you will need to use the Google Slides version of this. Simply copy and paste the link which is contained within the presentation
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